The Samsung H6203 LED TV has the same great picture as the pricier H6350. However, the build quality is poor and the software features are significantly slower.
The Samsung H6203 looks more like a budget TV than a mid-level one like the H6350. The borders are wide and the TV is very thick.
The contrast ratio is great. The blacks are deep and the out of the box calibration was not far off.
The uniformity of a black screen is great. No flashlighting or clouding issues at all.
The gray uniformity is average-good. No darker spots (except corners), but it does have some apparent vertical bands. This isn't an issue under normal usage, though.
If you watch TV at more than 30° off axis, you will lose a bit of picture quality. This isn't a big issue though.
It reflects slightly less light than the average TV. The screen finish is semi-gloss, similar to nearly all TVs in this price range. A few lights on is not a problem, even during the day.
The Samsung H6203 can't get as bright as the Samsung H6350. It doesn't perform as well in a very bright room, but it should be more than enough if you have a 1-2 windows.
This TV has very low motion blur. It is great for sports and video games. The blur trail is short.
Like nearly all Samsung TVs, the input lag under Game or PC mode is in the mid 40 ms range. This is not very low, but it is good enough for almost every gamer.
1 Composite In
1 Component In
1 RF It
1 Headphone Out
1 Digital Optical Audio Out
It doesn't have the full smart TV interface like the Samsung H6350. Only the Apps tab. Also, the processor is not as fast, so every feature (apps, USB, web browser, etc) is slow. Even the picture settings menu is not as responsive.